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Vedic Art Greece

Invest in yourself

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Awaken to your unique gifts enabling you to unleash the REAL you.


  • Remember how to express yourself from within and flow with creative process.


  • Begin to create without demand or planning.


  • Feel more confident about yourself and your capabilities.


  • Learn to listen to your heart and start to live accordingly to what is there.


  • Return faith in yourself through the acceptance of whom you are.


  • Paint your dreams and allow them to manifest for you.


  • Liberate from the blockages of ego and fears.


  • Vedic Art it is NOT a therapy but it can be deeply therapeutic.

Your heart in result opens up to show the truth about yourself and your own presence.

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What is Vedic Art

The 17 Vedic Art principles, were created by Curt Kallmann in 1988 in Sweden, they are rooted in ancient Indian teachings (the Vedas), and they serve as guides to  both art and life. According to Vedic scribes, we all possess innate knowledge about ourselves and life, similar to a seed knowing it will become a flower. These principles reveal a way of life and dormant natural laws within us, waiting to be activated.

Participating in a Vedic Art course offers a pathway to unleash creativity, alleviate stress, generate new ideas and personal development. Open to all, regardless of painting experience, the course serves as valuable training for creative professionals or a transformative lifestyle for beginners. By embracing the Vedic Art principles, you can awaken unique gifts, express yourself authentically, create without constraints, boost self-confidence, and align with your heart's guidance.

There's no concept of achievement or value judgment in Vedic Art, the end result is not as important as the process itself.

Vedic Art is comprises of two levels

 

The 1st Level (Foundation) course introduces the 17 principles, launching participants on a spiritual and creative journey. The 2nd Level (Continuation) delves deeper into the principles, fostering a stronger connection with your inner creative self. Both levels, each taking 30 hours to complete, are taught in the island of Aegina, in English, Dutch, Swedish and Greek. In order to take the Continuation course you will need to complete the Foundation course first, if you haven’t already.

 

The courses span over six days, totaling 30 hours, with both theory and practice covered in each session. Daily schedules run from 10:00 to 18:00, but you're welcome to continue painting for as long as you like.

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Course Information

Arrival and Start Time:

  • You are welcome to arrive and settle in from 10:00 on the first day of the course. (Saturdays)

  • The course officially begins at 10:00am the next day.

Course Duration:

  • The course runs for 1 week, from Saturday to Saturday.

  • Classes run every day from Sunday to Friday, with Wednesdays half day for a group day trip.

  • Saturdays are for introductions, settling in your space and getting to know each other, and for packing and  your materials and goodbyes.

  • Every weekly group is invited to The Grapevine House for drinks and snacks, usually on Thursday or Friday afternoon.

 

Lunch:

  • Lunch is around 13:00. Participants are encouraged to bring their own lunch, order a take away or go out for lunch in one of the many tavernas near by.

  • Tea & Coffee is always available.

Swimming Option:

  • Bring swimwear if you wish to swim during your stay, beach is easily accessible, and the sea in May is very inviting.

Material List:

  1. Pencils

  2. White A4 paper 

  3. Sketch pad 

  4. Unstretched canvas or wallpaper roll 

  5. Notepad

  6. Optional: crayons and colored pencils

  7. Acrylic paints 

  8. Brushes of different sizes

  9. Masking tape

  10. Sponges for painting

  11. Working Clothes or an apron for painting.

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